Researchers use coral reef isotopes to investigate changes in ocean salinity and variable ITCZ position.
New data analysis of palaeoceanographic proxies leave scientists with more questions about changes in AMOC.
During the last week of March, US CLIVAR held a hybrid workshop on multi-year climate predictions.
New research, co-funded by CPO’s CVP and OAR’s WPO, explores how to improve U.S. West Coast precipitation forecasts by modeling tropical teleconnection patterns.
US CLIVAR holds a hybrid meeting to discuss progress, new opportunities, and advance goals.
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